Thank you again Ms. Atch.
Here in the States in Las Vegas you can bet on anything and everything about the fight.
How long before the first punch is thrown, how long before the first blood appears, how long the fight will go in seconds, etc.
This fight is obviously all about money as these two professionals are world title holders to two different sports.
Mayweather as a "boxer" and McGregor as "mixed martial arts".
And as the old saying goes, "you can't beat a man at his own trade."
Rumor has it that misfortune befell the UFC lightweight champion in one of his sparring sessions, at least according to former WBO welterweight champion Jessie Vargas.
In a chat with Villainfy Media, Vargas says that he heard through the grapevine that McGregor was knocked out by one of his training partners.
"He got knocked out in sparring already, man," Vargas said, according to Darragh Murphy of JOE.co.uk.
Of course if McGregor does get a lucky one in to KO Mayweather there would be a rematch for them at another $100 million each.